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     >> j.r.: walking with which richard he realizes family wheelchair accessible raab picture here was gone.. a more caring face of rampant. not anymore. >> j.r.: horton to noplace beef
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     yoplait welcome to the hotel san francisco. ♪ livin' it up at the hotel san francisco ♪ tourists can check in any time they like, because we're being forced to leave. illegal airbnb hotels are evicting thousands of san franciscans from their homes and causing rents to skyrocket. prop f will crack down on illegal airbnb hotels and hold corporations accountable with common-sense rules. vote yes on f before we all get checked out of san francisco. open!
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     night of music and debauchery. we say welcome to the emcee of cabaret, randy harrison joining us on "the 9". thanks for being here. let's talk about the fact that cabaret is 50 years old. are you finding a lot of people who are new to the show, perhaps a new generation who this is fresh for them? >> yeah, i think so. this is a very new version. and people who are used to the movie, this is a completely different show. >> talk to us about what happens inside the kit-kat club. >> yeah. everything. >> i know [ laughter ] >> i mean, the kit-kat club is a berlin cabaret nightclub. this was a specific time in german history. so it was very liberal. it was very sexual. very sensual. very politically engaged cabaret scene. >> this is a little bit of the show on the screen. i have watched your transformation from what you are in front of me to the emcee. you know, make-up and hair and eyebrows. we see an awful lot of your body in this show.
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     momentarily, we might be getting momentarily, we might be getting that announcement. i want all of our viewers to stay with cnn because it will be very interesting to see who hillary clinton eventually picks. that's it for me. thanks very much for watching. erin burnett "out front" starts right now. >>> "out front" next. the terror attack in a busy mall in germany. tonight, a massive man hunt out for the gunman. who is behind it? plus gunmen opening fire in a mcdonald's and a witness says children were intentionally target and hillary clinton will reveal her vp very soon. who will it be? let's go "out front." ♪ ♪ >>> good evening, and welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm erin burnett. out front tonight, the breaking news. a man hunt for terrorists at this hour. a shooting rampage at a mcdonald's in munich. nine dead, at least ten wounded.
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     emergency rooms are filling up. >> we've started to see an increase and that's just continuing. >> reporter: nurses going door to door to check on patients. >> air conditioning, do we have that on? >> reporter: even before you get in the car, this door handle, 111 degrees. shavonne ladonis from atlanta, no stranger to the heat, sweltering in the northeast right now. >> the humidity, you don't get the humidity up here, but the temperature is just hot. >> reporter: it's mid 90s here in new york but it's a dry heat. in other east coast cities, the humidity really amping up the discomfort level making it feel like triple digits. tom? >> it is hot out there. eva, thank you. >>> these conditions fueling powerful wildfires out west, and the race is on to control one fire near los angeles. abc's phillip mena on the fire line tonight. >> reporter: tonight, the race to contain this fast-moving wildfire north of los angeles. hundreds forced to evacuate their homes. >> they gave us a voluntary
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     rethink possible. >>> so what in a sense you're saying is that there are certain situations, the houston plan, that part of it was one of them, where the president can decide that it's in the best interest of the nation or something and do something illegal? >> well, when the president does it, that means that it is not illegal. >> by definition? >> exactly.
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     atorney general will be belligerent against the loan sharks and racketeers that rob the urban poor in our cities. i pledge to you the new attorney general will open a new front against the narcotics sellers who are threatening the lives of our children in this country. [applause] mr. nixon: because my friends, let this message come through clear from what i say tonight. time is running out for the merchants of crime and corruption in american society. not goingf crime is to be the wave of the future in the united states of america. [applause] we shall reestablish freedom from the air in america so that america can take the lead in reestablishing freedom from fear in the world. to those who say law and order is the code word for racism,
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     iowa, next week on book tv. >> extremism and advance of liberty is no vice. [applause] thank you. thank you. and let me remind you also that moderation and the pursuit of
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     pride and gratification, yet one cannot help but reflect the deep sadness that we feel over the troubles which have erupted and the violence which have erupted regrettably and tragically in the streets of this great city. and for the personal injuries which have occurred. [applause] hubert humphrey: surely, we have now learned the lessons that violence breeds counter violence , and it cannot be condoned of whatever the source. [applause]
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     be clear by now to everyone. i hope that no american -- i hope that no american, considering the really critical issues facing this country, will waste his franchise and throw away his vote by voting either for me or against me because of my religious affiliation. it is not relevant. i am telling you what you are entitled to know: as i come before you seeking your support for the most powerful office in the free world -- i am saying to you that my decisions on every public policy will be my own, as an american, as a democrat, and as a free man.
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     continue an undemocratic war. >> a scene of wild disorder on this, the night of the presidential nomination to this democratic convention. >> it was a police riot. i had never seen that before in my life. i had never seen groups of uniformed policemen going after civilians. there were pools of blood on michigan avenue. >> the whole world is watching. >> with george mcgovern as president of the united states, we wouldn't have to have gestapo tactics in the streets of chicago. [ cheers and applause ]
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     year six public school students have been killed in separate incidents. >> the gun violence has to stop. the guns have to get off the street. these innocent children are being taken for no reason. >> erica proctor's son was shot and killed one year ago just a few blocks from where 15-year- old suitland high school student charles walker jr. was gunned down just last week. proctor is hoping the community can stick together to stop this trend of violence. >> i think it's starting at home because you have a lot of these parents that are young raising these kids. >> police can't be everywhere and some community members are encouraging neighbors to step up and help tell police if they see something. >> when it comes to people doing something wrong and we're all afraid to get involved and when you don't become involved, you're part of it. >> police chief mark magaw says the number of tips coming into the crime solvers hotline was up 300% last week and police plan to expand the program into the school system.
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     terry mcauliffe is the current governor of virginia. on a scale of 1 to 10, naming the wrong guy, that's 11. the editor has apologized for an embarrassing error. >>> gay talese is disavowing his own book. "the voyeur's motel" relies heavily on the owner of a colorado hotel who says he secretly spied on guests for decades. that owner insists his tales are trues, but after property records showed an eight-year period where he didn't own the hotel, the 84-year-old talese is calling him certifiably unreliable and dishonorable. he said later that he's not totally disavowing the book. must have been some heated phone calls there with the publisher. that is it for this edition of "media buzz." i'm howard kurtz. we hope you like us on our facebook page, become part of the conversation. you can talk at me on twitter @howardkurtz or write to us, mediabuzz@foxnews.com.
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     this. [ laughter and applause ] so hot. next up is "the last supper." the meme is #numnumnumnumnum. [ laughter ] and out final painting is "american gothic." and the meme is, when bae catch you texting your ex. [ laughter and applause ] there you go. there you go. that's "the memeing of art." we have great show. [ cheers and applause ] give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: nice, mark. i like that. that was awesome, man. guys, we want to try this fun thing on the show next week. i'm going to need your help though. if you have a kid aged 10 or under, a child. >> steve: a child. >> jimmy: not a baby goat. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: no. >> steve: i was gonna say.
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     >> good morning, america. ♪ >>> and a happy friday crowd out there in times square. look who's in the "shark tank" this morning. draymond john is going to bring us these two app entrepreneurs. they're going to go head to head. you'll hear from draymond john all about it. >> trying out their apps in our "shark tank" testing lab. one of them brings a barbershop right to your doorstep. the other app allows to you customize your weather forecast with adorable puppy photos. >> ah, that's great. i mean that's a winner to me right there. you need to know the weather and everyone loves a puppy. and who doesn't love to dance on a friday, tgif, everybody. dj, say it for me, robin. no, no, no. is it pesce, pesce? pesce. dj pesce. you go girl. spin us right into the weekend
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     particularly new. some of the threads connecting these anxieties over the centuries are pretty similar, particularly the concerns westerners have. it was a concern five centuries ago. it's a concern in the 21st century as well. >> five centuries ago. it's been around a long long time. todd green, the author of "the fear of islam." thank you so much, sir, for your time today.
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     islam is inherently violent, inherently prone to terrorism and should be condemned wholesale. this is not someone who minces words. this is not someone who has a nuanced perspective on islam or its 1.6 billion practitioners. that's one of the reasons why the southern poverty law center and the anti-defamation league have both condemned her organization the american freedom defense initiative as a hate group. >> bigger picture, todd you wrote this whole book on islamaphobia here in america. what did you find? what did you think would most surprise us? >> well that this is a very long history in terms of the anxieties and the fears and really the hostilities towards islam and muslims in the west. this goes all the way back to the middle ages. it's alive and well today in the 21st century. so its longevity personcertainly would be a surprise to a lot of people that these aren't particularly new.
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     for having me. pamela geller has been around for a while, but in terms of her career as an anti-islam activist probably for about a decade she's been pretty seriously devoted to this blogging particularly on her website about muslims and islam and demonizing muslims. but it's really in 2010 and the part 51 controversy in lower manhattan that she really shot to fame when she became one of the main leaders of the islamaphobia industry. it's because of these quote/unquote ground zero mosque protests we know about today. >> pamela geller was saying, i'm not anti-muslim, i'm anti-jihad. sounds like she has some specific beliefs, whether you agree with her or not. what does she believe when it comes to muslims and islam? >> pamela geller believes that islam is inherently violent,
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     because i'm offended. >> joining me now, luther college professor of religion todd green. he's also the author of "the fear of islam" which examines america and europe's views of islam. so welcome, todd. i know you spent an entire chapter in your book on this woman. the term savagery is how she often describes the actions. who is she, and how did she become such a lightning rod? >> first of all, brooke thanks for having me.
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     don't want to settle it. probably i should but i don't want to because i give them a great soundbite. but -- and i don't settle cases. you know chance? when you settle lawsuits, everybody sues you. i don't get sued because i don't settle cases, i win in court. >> what about the independent bid? are you keeping that option open if the republican party keeps attacking you? >> i signed a letter with the rnc and i said i want to do this as a republican, the pledge, as they call it but i'm not being treated the right way. i'm not being treated properly. i brought in millions and millions of people to the republican party and they're going to throw them away. whether i ran as an independent or not, those people will go out and vote. >> donald -- >> mika, they didn't vote for romney last time. they didn't exist because they were democrats and independents but they didn't vote for romney. the republicans didn't vote for romney last time. >> talk about a big tent.
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     19th century french poetry. [ speaking french ] >> this guy goes to a town, he gets up the next morning -- >> and it's the same day again. it's ground hog day. >> but the point is that he realizes, correct me if i'm wrong, that there is no great adventure out there that is going to give him a great life. that it's all right here. he has what he needs to work with to create a great life. >> it takes a long time for him to realize that. >> what's the one thing you want people to get out of this book? >> the one thing i want them to most get out of it is a sense that a lasting and justified satisfaction with life as a whole is achieved by just a couple of things. that if you find something you love to do and learn how to do it well, and if you find a partner in life with whom -- who is your soulmate, everything
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     >> one san francisco woman needed help. >>> a warning about e-mail and how it connected or didn't connect to cause our viewer a terrible problem. laurie watches video of herself in a cooking school. this is in it is a great trip once getting over a rocky start. it began when she booked a flight to italy that was cheap. >> a 15-year-old layoff. >> she went for it. >> i got there, they said there is no flight to pisa. >> what happened to my flight? >> she called expedia, which
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     pero ojos hambrientos observan vivir al descampado significa que no hay tiempo que perder practicando el bebÉ tiene que poder caminar en minutos o aÚn mejor, correr los guepardos pueden alcanzar 100 kilÓmetros por hora si tu padre condujera tan rÁpido lo podrÍan multar parece que la gacela no tiene oportunidad pero esta conmociÓn ha traÍdo a otros ojos pero esta conmociÓn ha traÍdo a otros ojos hambrientos [llamado con sonido de trompeta] la leona distrae al guepardo el tiempo suficiente y los dos pierden a la gacela lo siento, guepardo parece que esta noche comerÁs las sobras no siempre resulta asÍ
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     pero ojos hambrientos observan vivir al descampado significa que no hay tiempo que perder practicando el bebÉ tiene que poder caminar en minutos o aÚn mejor, correr los guepardos pueden alcanzar 100 kilÓmetros por hora si tu padre condujera tan rÁpido lo podrÍan multar parece que la gacela no tiene oportunidad pero esta conmociÓn ha traÍdo a otros ojos pero esta conmociÓn ha traÍdo a otros ojos hambrientos [llamado con sonido de trompeta] la leona distrae al guepardo el tiempo suficiente y los dos pierden a la gacela lo siento, guepardo parece que esta noche comerÁs las sobras no siempre resulta asÍ